Milan’s skyline to add another ‘mutant building’ covered in plants


This image shows how the development in Milan, Italy, could look once complete.

From its cavernous medieval cathedral to the elegant beauty of La Scala, the Italian city of Milan is home to some of the world’s most interesting buildings.

While the aforementioned structures date back hundreds of years — La Scala was inaugurated in 1778 and work began on the cathedral in the late 14th century — Milan also boasts a broad range of modern architecture.

These include towering skyscrapers serving major firms such as UniCredit and Allianz as well as the iconic San Siro soccer stadium.

If all goes to plan, the city will soon add another striking development to its skyline. At the end of January…


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